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“We don’t attend proxy war,” Danesh

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“We don’t attend proxy war,” Danesh
 KABUL: The country’s second-Vice President, Mohammad Sarwar Danesh said Afghanistan would never be turned into the proxy war field and asked other country not to try to make his country a proxy war-ground, a statement said the other day.
Speaking on the eve of the Holy Prophet Mohammad Birth Anniversary, the country second vice-president said Islam was the religion of humanity behavior and the religion of reflection with all human beings and that it opposed all discriminations, the statement from his office said.
Congratulating the Prophet Mohammad’s birthday, the vice-president continued as saying: “The prophet’s political behavior was more important and more attractive than his ethical behaviors, according to the statement.”
Pointing to the prophet’s nascent government, he said the first step of the prophet for shaping a government in Medina was managing an assurance, based on, the people basic rights and both the government and the nation’s mutual duties were signed.
Some lawyers call the document, as one of the first written constitution, in the human history, while some call it a manifest for announcing the independence of the Jazirat al-Arab, said Danesh.
The country’s vice-president calls the prophet’s foreign policy as one of the most successful policies, which could establish a new base in the international relations, the statement added.
Danesh said peac-not war was one of the main bases for securing relation and that such a policy could help the biggest “state-nation” established by the prophet.
The vice-president lamented those who, for their own personal and grouping interests fuel national discord and creating mistrust between the people and the government and said they had actually oppose their national responsibitiy and betray to the people fate.
He said both Shia and Sunni and other tribes of the country are brothers of each other, respect their rights and fight Taliban and Daesh under the leadership of the national unity government.
He said the government of Afghanistan welcomes any meeting and plan for implementation of reforms and improving the situation and accept constructive suggestions but “We should know that we all have common responsibility to defend and strengthen national concensus and convergence.


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